Seattle Port Votes to Delay Drilling Rigs on the Way to Alaska – New York Times

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Seattle Port Votes to Delay Drilling Rigs on the Way to Alaska
New York Times
SEATTLE — The Port of Seattle’s board voted Tuesday to ask that the arrival of Shell’s Arctic drilling rigs be delayed, bowing to a wave of public pressure by protesters and city officials over the company’s plans to drill this summer off the coast of
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